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Grading Rubric 5 or less: minimal 6: acceptable, though at least one serious problem or lack of  explanation 6.5: acceptable, average answer 7: good answer 8: really good answer 9+: amazingly fantastic answer; better than Dr. Mc’s What does it take for an argument to be  good ?   1. Its conclusion must follow from its premises.  2. Its premises must be reasonable for you to accept.  What is a  well-formed argument ? What is a  cogent  argument? What is a  valid  argument? REMEMBER !!!!!!! An argument’s being valid has NOTHING  to do with the actual content of the argument. It’s all about FORM,  FORM, FORM!!!!! What is  sentential  (or  propositional ) logic? 1
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What is  categorical  (or  predicate ) logic? What is the sentence pattern ‘If  P , then  Q’  called? What is ‘ P’  in this sentence?  Q’ ?
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This note was uploaded on 12/07/2010 for the course PHIL PHIL 001 taught by Professor Dr.mc. during the Spring '10 term at Simon Fraser.

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